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    Exclamation Setting up SSH Proxys.

    Hi there. Any experienced proxy users in here? Goood.

    Using Socks5 and other better Proxies is working great with Proxifier under Windows.
    Are there such great tools under or for Linux somewhere?

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    ab@novell.com NNTP User

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    Setting up SSH to do proxying is trivial....

    ssh -D 8080 username@remoteBoxThatIsYours

    Once done point your browser to localhost:8080 and I think you should be
    golden.

    Good luck.





    TheMask wrote:
    > Hi there. Any experienced proxy users in here? Goood.
    >
    > Using Socks5 and other better Proxies is working great with Proxifier
    > under Windows.
    > Are there such great tools under or for Linux somewhere?
    > -*
    > TheMask*-
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    Default Re: Setting up SSH Proxys.

    Whou...that was a quick answer. For sure. I don't like to set up the thing manually. Isn't there some kind of Proxifier for Linux systems?

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    ab@novell.com NNTP User

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    I have no idea what Proxifier is.... what's it do? How does it work?
    Yes, I could Google that, but I'm only volunteering and am quite a bit
    lazy....

    Good luck.





    TheMask wrote:
    > Whou...that was a quick answer. For sure. I don't like to set up the
    > thing manually. Isn't there some kind of Proxifier for Linux systems?
    >
    > C'mon!
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    Kevin Miller NNTP User

    Default Re: Setting up SSH Proxys.

    TheMask wrote:
    > Whou...that was a quick answer. For sure. I don't like to set up the
    > thing manually. Isn't there some kind of Proxifier for Linux systems?


    Maybe you're thinking of something like openVPN?

    > C'mon!


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    Default Re: Setting up SSH Proxys.

    Jeech...
    Introduction

    Proxifier is a program that allows network applications that do not support working through proxy servers operate through a HTTP or SOCKS proxy server or a chain of proxy servers.

    With Proxifier you can easily tunnel all connections on the system or separate applications.
    Proxifier allows you to:

    * Run any network applications through proxy server; no special configuration is required for the software.
    * Access the Internet from restricted local area network through a proxy server gateway.
    * Bypass firewall restrictions (connect to restricted ports).
    * Use three types of proxy servers: SOCKS v4, SOCKS v5, and HTTP.
    * "Tunnel" the entire system (force all network connections in the system work through a proxy server).
    * Resolve DNS names through a proxy server.
    * Use flexible Proxification Rules.
    * Secure privacy by hiding your IP address.
    * Work through a chain of proxy servers using different protocols.
    * Use NTLM authentication on HTTP proxy
    * View information on current connections (addresses, rate, data transfer, connection time, etc.) in real-time.
    * View information on bandwidth usage as a colored diagram in real-time.
    * Maintain log files.
    * Log incoming and outgoing traffic.
    * Get detailed reports on network errors.
    * … and much more.
    Hope you are able to recommend something.

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    Kevin Miller NNTP User

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    TheMask wrote:
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    > Hope you are able to recommend something.


    I'd still look at openVPN. You're not really saying what you're trying
    to accomplish so it's hard to recommend anything specific.

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    Default Re: Setting up SSH Proxys.

    tor, privoxy, and for a gui vidalia ?? you were thinking something along these lines ? although this is more of an anonymity, if you run your own exit node than more is possible with the custom services

    tor and privoxy you can find them in the packman repo' couldnt find vidalia though

    Tor: anonymity online

    Privoxy - Home Page

    Vidalia - Home
    Last edited by idshark; 22-Jan-2009 at 18:12. Reason: spelling ;)

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    Default Re: Setting up SSH Proxys.

    No... not TOR. I am looking for a program where I am able to pur in the details of the proxy (password, connection and port).

    Mh... looks like I oughta try OpenVPN.

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